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Theater Review (NYC): ‘Tala’ by Kyoung H. Park

Kyoung H. Park Tala

Park is the first Korean playwright from Latin America to be produced and published in the U.S. Read More »

Vietnam Asks Korea to Cancel Vietnam War Celebrations

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If South Korea chooses to go through with a 50th anniversary commemorative event, the repercussions could be serious – both economically and politically – because of bad blood between Korea and Vietnam over the Vietnam War. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Let Me Out’

Featured Let Me Out

There are two ways that films illuminate difficult truths about growing up; painfully, and charmingly as is done in "Let Me Out." Read More »

South Korea Offers Exotic Palaces, Gardens, Religious Sites, Stone Art and An Ancient Culture

South Korea is home to some of the oldest temples, gardens and Stone Art from centuries past. Read More »

DVD Review: Bedevilled

Another winning revenge film from Korea. Read More »

Is There a Culture of Rape Within the Military?

While those who commit such crimes must be prosecuted, it's time we laid the blame where it squarely belongs: on our civilian leadership. Read More »

Music Review: Klara Min – Pa-mun: Ripples on Water (Piano Music from Korea)

The acclaimed Korean concert pianist spotlights classical music by Korean composers in her most recent recording. Read More »

Book Review: Escape From Camp 14: One Man’s Remarkable Odyssey from North Korea to Freedom in the West by Blaine Harden

What's it like to be born in a North Korean prison camp? Read More »

Book Review: The Silk Box by Shirley Mihoko Hairston

A beautiful story of true love through adversity — a book you won't want to put down. Read More »

Interview: Thanksgiving Memories with Author Laura DiSilverio

Find out why some of Laura DiSilverio's kitchen must-haves are a Fire extinguisher and a corkscrew. Read More »